Dementia and Memory
Glutathione is your primary defense against aging.
It’s a very effective antioxidant that the body makes to protect itself from free radical damage (oxidative stress). It can help repair cells that are damaged by stress, radiation, pollution, infection, and other illnesses.
Research has established increased oxidative damage from lipid peroxidation as well as protein, DNA and RNA oxidation in areas of the brain has as early events in Alzheimer’s disease (Markesberry WR, Lovell MA, 2007).
Research has documented the many benefits of curcumin (found in turmeric spice), but regular curcumin is hard to absorb. Our formula improves the intake of this beneficial substance into the cells.
Higher levels of the inflammatory marker hs-CRP have been associated with worse performance in executive function (Wersching H, et al. 2010). High levels of hs-CRP can be used to identify individuals at an increased risk for cognitive decline (Komulainen P, et al. 2007).
Compared with a placebo, supplementation with curcumin was associated with a significant reduction in C-reactive protein (CRP) (Sahebkar A, 2014).
Working memory and mood were found to be significantly better after taking curcumin for 4 weeks, and total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol were also significantly reduced (Cox KH, et al. 2015).
The Better Fish Oil comes in the form of triglycerides which offers better stability to the fatty acids and prevents breakdown and oxidation.
Most fish oils on the market are ethyl esters because that’s cheaper to produce. Fish oil in a triglyceride form is also better absorbed than ethyl esters (Beckerman B. et al. 1990). Most people that eat a western diet can benefit from increasing the intake of Omega 3 fatty acid since their diet usually contains too much Omega 6 from vegetable oils and saturated fat from dairy and other animal sources.